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April 22, 1966 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-22

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People Make News

Bnai Brith announced the ap-
pointment • of Dr. Harry Orlinsky,
p rofessor of
-Bible at Hebrew
Union College-
:Jewish Institute
of Religion's New
York school, as
; chairman of the
7ublic ations corn-
rnittee of its com-
mission on adult
Jewish education.
Dr. Orlinsky suc-
,-...eeds Dr. Oscar
:Tanowsky, w h o
7ecently
retired
as professor of
aistory and di-
rector of the In-
stitute of New
York Area Stud-
ies at City Col-
Dr. Orlinsky l e g e of N e w
York. Dr. Janowsky will continue
to serve as a member of the com-
mittee. Editor-in-chief of the new
translation of the Hebrew Bible
for the Jewish Publication Society
of America, Dr. Orlinsky was the
first Jewish scholar invited to par-
ticipate in an authorized Christian
translation of the Bible into Eng-
lish; and is the co-translator of a
five-volume English edition of
Rashi's Commentary on the Pen-
tateuch.
* * *
Shakespeare's Joan of Arc,
"scourge of the English," in his
play, "Henry VI," will be played
by MARTHA HENRY, it was an-
nounced by Michael Langham, ar-
tistic director of the Stratford
Festival Ontario. Miss Henry, as
announced previously, also will
portray Viola in "Twelfth Night."

* * *

JEROME L. SCHOSTAK, secre-
tary-treasurer of Schostak Brothers
and Company, served on a faculty
of experts at the annual conven-
tion of the International Council
of Shopping Centers in Los An-
geles from April 16 to 21.
* * *
The Ypsilanti Greek Theater an-
nounced that prominent Broadway
designer ELDON ELDER has been
engaged as scenic designer for the
1966 festival season.
• * *
UNTERMAN, Chief Rabbi of Is-
rael, will address an assembly of
faculty and students at N.Y. Ye-
shiva University, Tuesday, at noon.
* * *
Noted contemporary painter
JACK TWORKOV, chairman of
the art department of Yale Uni-
versity, will speak in the Detroit
Institute of Arts lecture Hall
Tuesday, 8 p.m.

* * *

The election of two prominent
executives to the board of directors
of the National Ramah Commis-
sion, Inc., was announced by Louis
Winer of Chicago, the board's
president. GEORGE M. LEVINE,
industrialist of Columbus, 0., and
Dr. Arthur T. Jacobs, executive
vice-president of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America, will
join some 40 other volunteer lead-
ers throughout the continent who
help to direct the affairs of this
growing movement in religious edu-
cation.
* * *
General YIGAL ALLON, Minis-
ter of Labor of the State of Israel,
arrived in the United States to take
part in the campaign for State of
Israel Bonds.
* * *
Congregation Bnai Jeshurun, the
oldest conservative synagogue in
the United States, will celebrate its
140th anniversary with a dinner
honoring Rabbi WILLIAM BER-
KOWITZ, on the occasion of his
15th year of spiritual leadership.
* * •
A delegation of Detroit area
builders, headed by LOUIS HECHT-
MAN, president of the Builders .
Association of Metropolitan De-
troit, will attend the annual spring
meeting of the board of directors
of the National Association of
Home Builders in Washington
April 22-26.

YEHUDI MENUHIN, who was
a child prodigy as a violinist, will
celebrate his 50th birthday at a
benefit concert in Royal Festival
Hall, London, April 26.
* *
MARTIN SLOBIN has been
elected president of the 17th Dis-
trict Young Democrats. Slobin, 21,
a pre-law senior at Monteith Col-
lege of Wayne State University,
is retiring as president of the
Wayne State University Young
Democrats. Also elected were vice
presidents Lois St. Aubin and
Clyde Wray; treasurer, Fred Hud-
son,: recording secretary, Irma
Goldston; corresponding secretary,
Paula Lee Marvin; executive board
members-at-large, Michael Driss-
man, Jack Legel and Judith Res-
nick.
* * *
PETER WEISS, the German-Jew-
ish dramatist, who lives in Sweden,
was awarded the Heinrich Mann
prize for 1965 for his oratorio, "The
Investigation," which is based on
testimony in the major Auschwitz
war crimes trial in Frankfurt last
year.
* * *
Judge JOSEPH PERNICK of
Wayne County Circuit Court was
main speaker at the Downtown
Synagogue's Women's Auxiliary
meeting Tuesday at the synagogue,
His topic was "The Radical Right
of the John Birch Society."
* * *
ANDREW GOODMAN, president
of Bergdorf Goodman, has been
named national general chairman
of the American Jewish Com-
mittee's Appeal for Human Rela-
tions, the fund-raising arm of the
committee.
* * *
LAWRENCE PERNICK, of Per-
nick Insurance Agency, recently
announced the association of his
firm with Continental Under-
writers, Inc. He is a graduate of
Wayne State University where he
majored in business administration
and insurance. In 1957 he received
the professional designation "Char-
tered Property and Casualty Under-
writer." For the past 13 years I
he has managed the Pernick
Agency in Detroit. A resident of
Oak Park, he and his wife Anne
have three children.
* * *
Rabbi ABRAHAM B. HECHT,
president of the Rabbinical Alli-
ance of America, will open the U.S.
Senate with an Invocation Prayer,
Monday. This date coincides with
Israel Independence Day marking
the 18th anniversary of the State
of Israel.
* *
Postmaster EDWARD L. BAKER
reminded Detroiters today that the
Postal Savings System would be
closed out permanently on April
26, and no deposits will be accept-
ed in Postal Savings Accounts after
that date. Interest on deposits will
cease to accrue on the interest an-
niversary dates of certificates oc-
curring between April 27, 1966 and
April 26, 1967. Certificates may
be cashed on their anniversary
dates.

Chabad Silver Anniversary Dinner on May 16

The Chabad Lubavitch silver an-
niversary dinner will be held May
16 at Latin Quarter, it was an-
nounced by Avern Cohn, dinner
chairman. The program prepared
for the affair will be headed by
U.S. Senator Wayne Morse of
Oregon.
Guests of honor at the anniver-
sary dinner will be Charles E.
Feinberg, Mrs. Rachel Kurtzman,
Mrs. William Hordes, Mrs. Morris
L. Schaver and Harry L. Schumer.
They will be honored for their
dedicated efforts on behalf of Cha-
bad and its worldwide projects.
The three projects that will be
aided with proceeds from the din-
ner are: Camp Gan Israel at Fen-
ton, Mich., the Midwest regional
camp; the Medical Center at Kfar
Chabad in Israel and the voca-
Several years ago Merkos L'In-
tional schools at Mar Chabad.
y- onei Chinuch established Camp
Gan Israel at Fenton and several
other camps in the United States
and abroad. There are 11 Chabad
camps in 10 countries. These
camps offer a wholesome recrea-
tion and education in a traditional
atmosphere to thousands of young-
sters from all backgrounds.
Chabad Vocational Schools are
located in Kfar Chabad, the Luba-
vitch village near Tel Aviv. These
schools include printing, carpentry
and agricultural schools for boys
and a teachers' seminary and
occupational schools for girls. In
these schools, immigrant children

Karen Rader Engaged
to Brian R. Jacobson

sor's Cleary Au-:
ditorium upon
Judge Kaufman
John Feikens and
Mrs. John Edd
Peel.
The awards are
given by the Ur-
sula Foundation
and the Ursuline Judge riaufman
Sisters of Our Lady's School for
Retarded Children, Glengarda.

thousands of children in the
various schools in the settlement
and in Kibbutzim in the surround-
ing area. The medical center,
when completed, will have com-
plete medical facilities.
For information and for reserva-
tions to the dinner, call Lubavitch
regional office, 14000 W. Nine
Mile, Oak Park, phone 544-7168.

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MISS KAREN RADER

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gagement of their daughter Karen
Barbara to Brian Ross Jacobson,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D.
Jacobson of Richard Ave., South-
field.
A July wedding is planned.

Business Briefs

By Sid Shmarak

IVIIMCO CUSTOM GALLERIES
is the result of a three-year dream
for Bess Rosenman. Located at
24200 Telegraph in Southfield, the
shop caters to the new trends in
bathroom status, providing many
varieties of decorative faucets,
baSins and boutique items, plus a
wide line of hardware previously
available only by special order.
Mrs. Rosenm.an, who has had con-
siderable decorating experience,
designs vanities, coordinates ac-
cessories, and has made Mimco
Custom Galleries a beautiful place
to visit and browse in

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William Harrington Runs
for 17th District Post

William P. Harrington, active m
Republican ranks, has announced
his candidacy for Congress in the
17th District, comprising North-
west Detroit.
Harrington, 39, received a BSBA
degree in advertising from Boston
Ursula Dinner Honors University. He is a member of the
Club of Detroit and Mt.
Judge Ira G. Kaufman Economic
Hope Congregational Church.
Judge Ira G. Kaufman will be
He believes that "an ill-defined
one of three per-
policy exists in the Vietnam situa-
sonalities to be
tion," that "managed news should
'honored at a din-
be a present topic of concern" and
ner in Windsor
that a "fiscally sound form of gov-
tomorrow night.
ernment should replace the current
The 1966 St.
"pork-barrel" spending of the pres-
Ursula Medal
ent Congress."

Awards will be
conferred at
a dinner in Wind-

from various countries acquire a
knowledge of useful trades, while
benefitting from an extensive
Jewish curriculum.
A new medical center was re-
cently established a Kfar Chabad
to serve the 200 families and the

1,500 Jews, Mostly Aged,
Left in East Germany

NEW YORK (JTA)—There are
about 1,500 Jews left in all of East
Germany, with 850 of them living
in East Berlin, the New York
Times reported here Sunday. Most
of the East Berlin Jews are over
age 55, the dispatch from West
Berlin reported.

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